Topical Collection "Hybrid Imaging in Medicine"
A topical collection in Diagnostics (ISSN 2075-4418).
Prof. Dr. Andreas Kjaer
Department of Clinical Physiology, Nuclear Medicine & PET National University Hospital, Rigshospitalet, University of Copenhagen, Blegdamsvej 9, DK-2100 Copenhagen, Denmark
Phone: +45 3545 4216
Fax: +45 3545 4015
Interests: molecular imaging; medical imaging; cancer; cardiovascular disease; PET; SPECT
Prof. Dr. Gary Cook (Website)
Cancer (Imaging) Department, King's College London, Lambeth Wing, St Thomas', SE1 7EH, United Kingdom
Medical imaging techniques are of paramount value in clinical medicine and as research tools. The techniques are rapidly improving and new techniques are continuously implemented.
Whereas every technique has advantages and shortcomings, imaging techniques are often complementary, and therefore, a current trend is the integration of different imaging techniques for hybrid imaging.
Examples of such synergistic hybrid imaging is PET/CT, which is now more common than PET-only scans. Recently, hybrid PET/MRI scanners have also been introduced in clinical use. Moreover, developments for combining ultrasonography with other modalities are on their way. Integration of morphological and functional imaging seems to be especially useful. However, combinations of several functional modalities may add value and allow for better tissue characterization.
This collection invites submission of both original and review papers within all aspects of hybrid imaging.
Prof. Dr. Andreas Kjaer
Prof. Dr. Gary Cook
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- positron emission tomography
- computed tomography (CT)
- magnetic resonsnace imaging (MRI)
- magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS)
- optical imaging